In the BIOS release notes for your motherboard it says:
But for my, and some other motherboards they wrote:
So i am not sure.. i guess they added MVP key for your motherboard too, but they forgot to write MVP.
Because Intel has not released any oem Virtu MVP software for Intel motherboards, the key that they added to BIOS is useless. You will have to wait some more i guess.
I saw that a few days ago and updated the bios, it's all very ambiguous.
I wish an Intel employee would give me an answer.
By the way, Windows 8 versions of 'MVP' are out there if you search.
yes I seen it about 10 min ago .... This is good hopefully it works . I won't be off work for a few more hours but if anyone can confirm this is working that would be great!
But i noticed the version number is odd, because on Lucid site there is only 2.1 but the Intel version is 220.127.116.1115 so it seems to be a older one.
They still have the previous version I see it there a few pages in, but it's called Lucid Virtu Universal, dated 12/15/2011 v18.104.22.16815
I installed it the other day to play with it, at first I also did notice it said evaluation, I researched that on google and saw lots on that, and some suggestion how to fix that and/or it wasn't really an evaluation version, anyway after rebooting or something it didn't say evaluation anymore.
Anyway I didn't like it or think I needed or wanted it, and so I uninstalled it.
The MVP removed is the same on the LucidLogix download part http://www.lucidlogix.com/driverdownloads-mvp.shtml lucidlogix with GPU Solution
Only this version 2.1.221 runs on my MB (DZ77 series with HD4000 and discrete nvidia) and license activated.
Hey thanks for that link and info fyr !
I've saved the setup file it in my Lucid folder now in case I want to play with it again, since I have the same setup as you then this time I know it's the right one to test with. Thanks